Happy publication to Steven Lamb! Our new River Cottage handbook Cheese & Dairy is out today with tempting photography from @gavinkingcome this is a wonderful guide to making, cooking with (and eating!) all things cheese and dairy Link in bio. @lambposts #cheesegloriouscheese
If you’re bouncing along to a bookstore anytime soon be sure to get your paws on the wonderful new paperback edition of THE ROYAL RABBITS OF LONDON: ESCAPE FROM THE TOWER and find out if little Shylo is able to escape the grasp of the evil Ratzis and save the day…again! Wishing the marvellous @royalrabbitsoflondon team of @santamontefioreofficial @simonsebag_montefiore and @hindleyillos a very ‘hoppy’ #bookbirthday today!! 🎊👑🐰🎊
Happy publication to @lambposts! @rivercottagehq Cheese & Dairy is out today with tempting photography from @GavinKingcome, this is a wonderful guide to making, cooking with (and eating!) all things cheese and dairy 🧀😆
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The prettiest cakes! 🌼 🍰 🌺My dear @henriettainman publishes her second book today! 🙌🏻 It’s called The Natural Baker and includes lots of wholesome and unusual ingredients and, importantly, turns out delicious things like these magnificent cakes and tarts. Which she made, not me. 😂 Congratulations, lady! 😘 I can’t wait to have a kitchen to cook from it! 💗 #thenaturalbaker#tableofcake#myhappyplace
Two and a half years after I pitched my idea to the lovely @clarehultonliteraryagency and @_lindseyevans_, Three Ingredient Baking is OUT TODAY!! 💃💃💃💃💃💃💃💃💃💃💃💃💃💃💃💃 Link in my bio to the Amazon page, but you can also pick up a copy in Waterstones or Tesco. Even after all this time, I’m still fascinated by the magical science of #threeingredientbaking - and I hope you love these recipes as much as I enjoyed creating them! THANK YOU ...
BREAKING NEWS. So excited to announce that the PUBLICATION DATE for my first novel #cailleach is... Monday the 17th of September 2018. On that date you will be able to purchase your copy of CAILLEACH on Amazon for kindle or paperback. Pre-orders from the 1st of September. This excitement has been brought to you by none other than the Cailleach (the spirit of winter) herself. The days we were snowed in in particular. Interesting ...